Clover Call Podcast
This audio program explores the people and programs that make Indiana 4-H Youth Development such an important part of our communities.
There are so many ways to participate in the Indiana 4-H Youth Development Program! Youth in grades 3-12 can access countless opportunities through 4-H membership, and many counties also offer "mini 4-H" experiences for youth before they reach 3rd grade.
4-H projects offer unparalleled hands-on learning opportunities on a wide variety of subjects. 4-H members can dive deep into their interests, stretch their leadership skills, and make new friends from across the state and country by participating in State 4-H events, National 4-H opportunities, Career Development Events, and special interest programs of their choice.
4-H runs on the power of caring adult mentors. Volunteers are always needed and appreciated!
Indiana 4-H is pround to offer an array of scholarship opportunities to youth through the support of the Indiana 4-H Foundation.
Any way you choose is a good way to be involved in 4-H!
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